Kamala Harris just launched a pro-abortion college tour in these key battleground states

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Vice President Kamala Harris has become the face of the Biden administration’s effort to expand abortion on demand.

And now she’s hitting the road to drum up support for Democrats and abortion expansion.

That’s why Kamala Harris just launched a pro-abortion college tour in these key battleground states.

Vice President Kamala Harris will soon be hitting the road for a month-long college tour.

A more forceful role

Harris will be traveling to more than a dozen campuses across eight key battleground states. 

The trip is designed to show just how much effort the Democrats will be placing on younger voters leading up to the 2024 elections.

It is also set to show off the more forceful role Harris will be playing on key issues like expansion of abortion on demand ahead of 2024.

It may also be another attempt to try and increase her appalling poll numbers after two years of public missteps and gaffes, intense scrutiny, and low approval ratings.

The “Fight for our Freedoms College Tour” was set to begin on September 14 at Hampton University in Virginia. 

The tour will focus on mobilizing young voters in battleground states, many of whom are now expressing unfavorable views of President Joe Biden.

In addition to Virginia, the tour will take Harris to Arizona, Georgia, Michigan, North Carolina, Nevada, and Wisconsin. 

There are also expected to be additional campus visits added to the tour.

A key constituency

News of the Vice President’s tour comes just as students return to school for the fall semester.

Harris will attempt to use the issue of abortion to try and win back the support of college students and other young voters.

Young voters have in recent years, proved to be a key constituency for Democrats.

This has been especially true in presidential elections.

In 2020, for example, Biden became the first Democrat presidential candidate to win Georgia in almost 30 years.

And voters under 30 accounted for some 21% of the votes cast, up from 15% in 2016.

These younger voters backed Biden by more than 10 points, according to exit polls.

But so far this year, Biden has faced much lower favorability ratings from younger voters.

Biden and the Democrats are hoping the Vice President and the issue of abortion on demand will change this.

Because the problem for Biden is that if he can’t win back his key constituency, there is almost no scenario in which he can win reelection.

Praying for more abortions

And Democrat strategists are convinced making abortion on demand until birth for any reason is somehow a winning issue.

During her tour, Harris is expected to visit a wide range of college campuses, from traditional four-year state schools to community colleges, technical colleges, and historically black colleges and universities, or HBCUs, and even apprenticeship programs.

“This generation is critical to the urgent issues that are at stake right now for our future,” Harris said about the tour in a statement.

“It is young leaders throughout America who know what the solutions look like and are organizing in their communities to make them a reality,” she added. “My message to students is clear: We are counting on you, we need you, you are everything.”

As Vice President, Harris has most recently been leading the administration’s work on expanding abortion on demand, gun grabs, and climate change.

These are all issues Democrat strategists believe will resonate with college voters. 

But the continued low ratings for Biden-Harris among younger voters does not bode well for this latest pro-abortion tour.

Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.